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December 1st, 2020

The government lies. The media is its lapdog.

The left blames the right. The right blames the left. Their mouthpieces on NBC and Fox follow suit like well-trained canines.

In this era of dysfunctional government, rigged financial markets, and scandals involving many major banks and government agencies...where can you turn for unbiased, reliable, and independent financial and political information?

There are still a few “good guys” left... but you have to seek them out. A new report from The Outsider Club shares some of the best independent minds out there today.

It's called: “Who Can You Trust?

And it's a must-read for anyone afraid of disappearing rights and liberties... or for anyone simply wondering, “What the hell is going on in America?”

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